Mahanarayana Upanishad

via IISH Communication Team - www.iish.org published on October 23, 2008

Mahanarayana Upanishad  is beyond the level of  explaining through this message.

1. It is practically  the Veda itself. The glorious mantras  with sruthi  give us all the messages of the Vedas.

2. There are  80 chapters in this Upanishads.  All the  mantras  convey  the  social, spiritual, agricultural, psychological, scientific,  and so on aspects of  human life.

3. It contains the prayer , adoration of  the Vedic deities, the qualities of  divine power  and also those  yogi /scholar who can understand the divine power.

4. The adoration of  prapancha purusha /cosmic form of divinity, agni, vaayu, durga, aathma, paramaathma,….can be red in the first part.

5 majority of the mantras  are  directly taken from the Rig-Veda and Yajurveda.

6. The praarthana of Rudra, aaditya, panchabhootha, omkaara,   and  so on  are given  with great and glorious messages.

7. The prapancha purusha and its organs  are compared with the yaagagni  and yaaga saala.

8. Symbolic presentation  of the  yagna  is  very attractive.

 
9. Great philosophical messages  are conveyed through  the  chapters, which when  pondered deep will  give  the messages  which cannot be imagined  even by the great scholars /scientists /thinkers  in the modern world .

10. Every human behavior whether natural or artificial   like listening  / watching  /talking /thinking /walking /meditating /breathing /smelling / chanting mantras /and  all  human activities  are narrated with specific meaning  in this Upanishad.

11. One can say if  Mahanarayana Upanishad is studied,  almost Vedic study is over  as far as the message of the Vedas are concerned.

12. I would like to say that I am incapable to present  the total message of  this Upanishad because it is impossible  for a  person like me.

 


ACHIEVEMENT OF  IISH:


 
lecture of the philosophies of Sri. Narayana Guru in Chempazhanthi was excellent. Lecture in National Academy of Direct Taxes, Nagpur also were accepted with full appreciation. Series of lecture on Ramayana and management  in Soorya festival is very effective. Excellent response/demand for  CDs and books of IISH in the  bhagavatha satram stall for ten days.

 


MANAGEMENT MESSAGE FROM VIDURA:


191. Even if the  clan /family of  a fellow who practices  adharma  is  great, that fellow will never become great.

192. Even if   borne in a low family,  if one has dharmic principles , he will become  noble and respectable.

193.  The person who always think about others’ money, beauty, power, quality, luck, happiness, royal behavior and worry about them, that is   dangerous and  incurable  disease .

 
194.  Those who are not doing what they can do should be kept away from us.

195. Those who are  trying to do the impossible things  should also be treated in the  same way.

196.  Those who disclose all the details/secrets  before achieving the goal should also be dealt with carefully.

197.  The   common men become crazy due to  the  ego generated due to high level of knowledge, money and power . But these three produce  humility and simplicity in  scholars/ noble men. 

198.  Due to some situation or by compulsion, if good men request something from the bad men, then the latter start thinking that they are also good. 

199.  The common men,  good men, bad men  all have to depend upon the good men only. 

200. Those who have dressed  in costly apparel will shine in the group, those who have enough money  will  enjoy life, those who have  a vehicle will conquer the   path/ roads easily  and   those who are  noble in nature will conquer all the above.

 


SCINETIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL MESSAE:


 
30.  Excellent proofs for the  ancient Indian metallurgical capabilities could be seen  all over India 

31. The copper metal tools available during excavation from Lothal  , produced during 2500 BC or so, were made by casting, shaping, finishing  and by hammering 

32. The Harappans also practiced the metallurgical forging method also.  Some of the Harappan vessels were made in two parts and  joined together  by riveting techniques. 
 
33. Harappans used to do the soldering  for  noble metals.

34. More than a hundred ancient  copper working sites   can be seen even today, in Baleswar  which also  were functioning during the  Harappan period.

35. Singhana  has large quantity of  slag  produced during the metallurgical processing of copper. The largest deposit can be seen in the banks of the river Kharkera.

36. The depth of Khetri copper mine is more than 100 meters. 

37. The slag available from the khetri  mine premises   are qualitatively beyond the level of imagination. 

38. More than a hundred shafts  were seen in the ancient Alwar copper mines which   had a depth of more than 60 meters. 
 
39. In the Ancient Pratap garh zone of the copper mines more than 300 vertical shafts could be seen. 

 

ISRO HAS GIVEN TO EVERY INDIAN  A GREAT DEEPAAVALI PRIZE BY LAUNCHING  SUCCESSFULLY THE CHANDRA YAAN VEHICLE  TO MOON, MAKING EVERY INDIAN  PROUD AND SHOWING THE WORLD ABOUT INDIAN SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOICAL CAPABILITY.



 

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